Suddenly all my ancestors are behind me. “Be still,” they say. “Watch and listen. You are the result of the love of thousands.
~ Linda Hogan

 

Hi there! I'm HeatherAsh and I want to welcome you to join me on this journey to the magical Teotihuacan, Mexico.

Your Journey Includes

  • 6 nights accommodations, double occupancy
  • 3 meals a day featuring delicious, healthy and traditional Mexican food (can accommodate special diets)
  • Ground transportation to and from Mexico City Airport
  • Entrance fees to the sacred pyramid site
  • Daily practices, teachings, and experiential activities

The only spaces left are for double occupancy and the number of these space is very limited.

**Price does not include your flight to and from Mexico City.

We take the safety of our participants seriously. Please review our COVID-19 protocols here. 

 

Watch these testimonials from other Warrior Goddesses who have experienced the magic of Teotihuacan.



 

A Journey to Teotihuacan is unlike anything you’ve ever done before.

 

Our Intention

What is the Day of the Dead, and why is it so important?

While it is often related to Halloween, since it is around the same time of year, the Day of the Dead is an ancient, pre-Colombian festival to honor the dead. (If you’ve seen the movie Coco, you know the incredible beauty and importance of the Day of the Dead to Mexico. If you haven’t seen it; put it on your watchlist.

National Geographic writes: Day of the Dead originated several thousand years ago with the Aztec, Toltec, and other Nahua people… For these pre-Hispanic cultures, death was a natural phase in life’s long continuum. The dead were still members of the community, kept alive in memory and spirit—and during Día de los Muertos, they temporarily returned to Earth.

Here is a link for more details and some pictures

https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/destinations/north-america/mexico/top-ten-day-of-dead-mexico/

During this seven-day journey, from October 28 – November 3, we’ll immerse ourselves in transformative ancient wisdom practices, walk the initiatory path of the ancestors through the pyramids, and experience the healing of honoring and connecting with our beloved dead.

This year’s journey will include:

– Meditating and Visioning in the sacred caves around Teotihuacán

– Visiting a nearby market to buy flowers, altar items, and immerse in the local Day of the Dead experience

– Creating individual altars to our beloved dead

 – Ceremonies for healing past ancestral and personal trauma

– A special Warrior Goddess women’s circle to cleanse and purify our female lineages

Weather permitting, we will also offer an optional firewalk dedicated to healing our hearts

The energy coming together around this very unique experience is magical and deeply transformative. We would love to have you join us.

Don’t miss this sacred heart-centered journey to reconnect you with what is most precious: your own eternal light.

Come shed the old skin or wiggle out of the familiar distractions, and claim your wings to soar into the being you are meant to be.

Questions? Please reach out to us at hello@heatherashamara.com. We would love to hear from you!

Hosted By

HeatherAsh Amara

is the author of Warrior Goddess Training. She first journeyed to Teotihuacan in 1996 with don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements and has led many powerful journeys and retreats there.

As I wrote about in Warrior Goddess Training, many years ago I was part of a small group of women who traveled to the pyramids of Teotihuacan, Mexico, following a vision of connecting with the female ancestors of this sacred heart of the Toltec path. The journey was pure magic, culminating in a blessed miracle atop the pyramid of the sun.

We stood at the top of the pyramid in a circle, a small group of women praying and chanting for the healing of the planet’s waters and people.We held a small golden chalice filled with water in our hands, and our voices and hearts melded together, bringing tears to many of our eyes at the beauty of sisterhood and connection. When we opened our eyes we found we were completely surrounded by women, men, and children praying with us. They began to reach out to reverently touch us, to pass us jewelry to bless with the water, even to pass us their babies to bless! We spent the next hour acting as priestesses: hugging, blessing with water, and sharing our love with everyone around us, many of whom had tears streaming down their faces as we did.